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Hi everyone. My name is Nicole or I am also known as Nikki B over on the forums.|
I would like to thank each and everyone of you who has taken the time to visit my loved ones memorial pages and left a flower, token and kind words. That means a lot to me.
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|Terence Gilliam||Christopher Bachman 1859 1910|
I noticed you left flowers for Christopher Bachman on Find A Grave and wondered if you and I are related. He was my great grandfather. I'd love to hear from you. Thanks!
|Anonymous||Elmer S. Bachman|
If this Elmer S. Bachman is yours, I think we may be related. My Grand-Aunt was Margaret Maughan/Mahon m. Elmer S. Bachman. They lived in Pittsburg, PA in the 1910, 1920, 1930 census. Children were Elmer J., Dorothy M., and Clarence Bachman. Margaret's family resided in Scranton, PA.
By any chance are you the same Nikki on the Lackawanna FB page?
Please RSVP. Thanks!
Nicole, I found your mother Lorraine on AncestralFindings as she wanted to know about her Indian heritage if I recall correctly. I tried to contact her but the phone number apparently has been changed. After researching I came across your name as a result of this little child Dulcie. What a cute little girl! What was the cause of her death? The main reason this all caught my eye is my 3rd great grandmother was a Bachman from Lehigh Co. PA. I got curious as to whether or not your Bachman could possibly be connected in any way. I grew up in NJ about 25 miles from Allentown and many of my ancestors were from that area. My Bachman married into the Lichty family. Would love to hear from you and would be willing to try and research the person believed to be American Indian. Don't know if I'll find anything you don't already know but one never knows.
Added by Shirley on Aug 01, 2011 7:54 AM
My husband's great-great-grandfather was Jacob Bachman buried in Roanoke Mennonite Cemetery, in IL. Are you related? His great-grandfather's name was Henry Bachman and his grandmother was Sarah Bachman Miller. Would love to hear from you.
|John W. Baughman||RE: Baughman/Bachman|
My Baughman line begins in South Carolina.
|John W. Baughman||Baughman/Bachman|
Looking for someone in the Baughman/Bachman family with roots in SC. Wanting to get a male Baughman to take a DNA test to see if we are related and how far we can prove back. Hoping to prove Hans Ulrich Baughman was my ancestor. J. W. Baughman III
|John Higgins Van Horn||Sarah Van Horn|
Thank you for taking the pic of Sarah Van Horn. I do appreicate it!
|Erin & Bill~In memory of our son Jacob||Hi Nicole,|
Thank you so much for leaving a token for our little Angel Jacob,it means a lot to us.
|Stephanie Bachman Kirkham||Amos Harvey Bachman|
I noticed you left flowers for Amos Bachman on Find A Grave and wondered if you and I are related. He was my grandfather. I'd love to hear from you. Thanks!
|Patti Byrne Wilson||Ceclia Bachman|
Hi Nikki, Just wondering how you knew Ceclia. She would have been my great aunt had she lived. Are we related? Thanks Patti
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